Salary: £12,885 to £14,491 per annum , pro rata
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Contract / Temporary
Placed on: 18th March 2016
Closes: 25th April 2016
Applications are invited for a Stipendiary College Lecturership in Medieval History at University College, tenable for six months from 1 October 2016 to 31 March 2017. The appointment is to fulfil teaching needs arising from sabbatical leave by Dr Catherine Holmes, who holds a Tutorial Fellowship at University College in association with an Associate Professorship in History, and is non-renewable. Applications are invited from those with active research interests in any field of British or European medieval history between 500 and 1500.
The appointee will be required to provide six hours of tutorial teaching per week for the college during the eight weeks of full term, averaged over two academic terms, and to participate in the annual undergraduate admissions process, pastoral care of students and the administration of the subject in the college, including marking college examinations.
Candidates should have a PhD in History or be able to demonstrate that they are within six months of submitting a doctoral thesis for examination, as well as a record of successful teaching within the field of appointment.
The stipend of the post will be in the range of £12,885-£14,491 per annum, pro rata for six months, plus a number of college benefits. The further particulars and the application form can be viewed at and downloaded from http://www.univ.ox.ac.uk, or are available from the Academic Services Manager: email@example.com). The closing date for applications and the last date for receipt of references direct from referees is Monday 25 April 2016.
Please note that this post would not entitle the successful applicant to apply for a Tier 2 UK Visa, and thus any applicant should ensure that they have the legal right to work in the UK for the period of the lecturership.
University College is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
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